Hyundai Coupe/Tiburon/Tuscani Overview

The Hyundai Coupé is a front-wheel drive sports coupe of the Korean manufacturer Hyundai, built between mid-1996 and 2009, expelled by the end of 2011 and launched in three generations, the last of which was available in three variants. The Hyundai Coupe also known as Hyundai Tiburon or Hyundai Tuscani in some markets.

It is a three-door coupe with front engine and front-wheel drive with various engines:
– 1.6 Alpha 105 HP ~ 107 HP
– 1.6 Beta 114 HP ~ 116 HP
– 1.8 Beta 130 HP (For North America).
– 2.0 Beta 139 hp ~ 143 hp
– 2.7 V6 165 hp ~ 167 hp (For America, Asia and Oceania)
– 2.7 V6 181 hp (For North America).

Hyundai Coupe/Tiburon/Tuscani Heater System Wiring Diagram

The Hyundai Coupe/Tiburon/Tuscani heater assembly is a blend air system and consists of a heater assembly, blower assembly and duct which is connected between the heater case and blower case.

The following schematic diagram depicts the Hyundai Coupe/Tiburon/Tuscani Heater Wiring System.

Hyundai Coupe Tiburon Tuscani Heater Wiring Diagram

Hyundai Coupe Tiburon Tuscani Heater Wiring Diagram

The heater case contains the heater core and the temperature blend door. The blower assembly containing the outside/recirculating air door, the blower motor and the lower wheel is connected directly to an opening in the upper cowl. The outside air is drawn into the system from the cowl through the blower inlet into the blower housing, forced through and/or around the heater core, mixed and then discharged through outlets in the discharge air duct to the floor area or through the defroster outlets depending the type of climate control desired. The system airflow is controlled by two kind of control assembles, the vacuum rotary and the manual lever type.



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